UCR Orchestra Family Concert: Princess Ten Ten and the Dark Skies

UCR Departments of Music • Media and Cultural Studies • Theatre, Film and Digital Production • The Gluck Fellows Program and Esther Hays Family Concerts

Updated April 5, 2019

UCR Orchestra Family Concert
Princess Ten Ten and the Dark Skies: A Musical
Finding Her Voice, Saving Our Skies

Conducted by Ruth Charloff    Directed by Winter Lawson
Featuring the 50-plus musicians of the UCR Orchestra and UCR student performers singing the musical story of Princess Ten Ten and the Dark Skies.

Based on the storybook written by Professor Setsu Shigematsu and the Guardian Princess Alliance, this coming-of-age story features Princess Ten Ten, a gender-nonconforming princess, the mythical land of Fusan, and an environmental crisis that will take all her courage and skill to battle.

Music is by composer and actress Jacqueline Emerson (“Hunger Games”) arranged by Lee Huff and spectacularly set for full orchestra by Tim Labor and Christiaan Clark.

April 14, 2019
Sunday, 3:00 - 4:00 pm (Doors open at 2:30 pm)
University Theatre, Humanities 400
University of California, Riverside:
900 University Avenue, Riverside CA 92521

Free and open to the public.
Though admission is free, a ticket is required. At 2:00 pm, one ticket per person will be distributed at the venue. Seating is limited and on a first-come, first-served basis.

Families are welcome to join us at 2:00 pm for children’s activities with the Guardian Princesses.

Please note: Children ages three and younger must be held on laps. Strollers and baby carriers will be kept in the lobby.

Parking: Complimentary permits available in Lot 6  
Information: (951) 827-3245  performingarts@ucr.edu  www.music.ucr.edu

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Book and Lyrics by Maggie Herskowitz    
Music and Lyrics by Jacqueline Emerson
Music Arrangements and Orchestrations by Lee Huff    
Additional Lyrics by Jillie May Eddie
Orchestral Transcription by Christiaan Clark and Tim Labor
Creative Development Director: Chari Arespacochaga
Original Story by Setsu Shigematsu & S.T.R.O.N.G. Edutainment
 
• This concert is made possible by a special grant from Dr. Esther Hays.
Co-Sponsored by Asian Pacific Student Programs, LGBT Resource Center, Chancellor’s Office, Judy Lee, and S.T.R.O.N.G Edutainment

 

 

Sunday, April 14 at 3:00pm to 4:00pm

University Theatre, Humanities 400